"I remember trying to talk to my mum, but rushing off to the bathroom where I just leaned over the sink rocking my hips back and forwards.
I was having contractions and they were becoming pretty regular so I said to Ido, 'We've got to get out of here,'" Mandy says.
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actor Ido Drent posted a photo to social media of him sitting in a hospital gown with a brown paper bag for his possessions.
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So here's to finding space - whether it be a coffee or a little excursion somewhere - space to re-align ourselves and live each day intentionally. Speaking to Daily Mail Australia on Thursday, Ido kept tight-lipped on whether he will be starring in the new season of the show, but did confirm, 'I won't be at this year's Logies', which were held on Sunday night in Melbourne.
Filming for the show's sixth season commenced two weeks ago, and the show's official Facebook page shared the first photo of the main cast on set, with fan favourites Asher Keddie, Kat Stewart, Deborah Mailman and Richard Davies in the shot.
Ido Drent (born 27 January 1987) is a South African actor currently working and living in Auckland, New Zealand.
Ido and Mandy Drent have opened up about the birth of their daughter Elliotte, detailing the difficult birth right down to the moment the "mood in the room changed".
Speaking to Woman's Day, the Kiwi actor and his wife recall how she went into labour while they were out to dinner at a local restaurant.
The role was a recasting of past character Daniel Potts, the bad-boy illegitimate son of major character Sarah Potts.